Two from Warren County school districts receive honors

By Jason Koch, Editor
Posted 9/13/23

The Warren County R-III and Wright City R-II school districts in Missouri both had faculty members receive significant honors.

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Two from Warren County school districts receive honors


Two staff members at Warren County school districts are up for significant honors.

Dr. Stacie Goldsmith, principal of Daniel Boone Elementary School in Warrenton, was nominated for this year’s National Life Group “Life Changer of the Year” award.

She was nominated by an anonymous colleague, according to the National Life Group website.

“Ms. Goldsmith has been my principal for 6 years,” said the nominator. “She helped me grow so much as a teacher and person. She takes care of her staff and works hard every day. School is her heart, and you can tell by her personality and attitude. She is the proud principal of Daniel Boone Elementary School.”

She will now be considered alongside nominees from 31 other states for the nationwide award.

In the R-II School District, Erin Williams was awarded the 2023 MOASPA HR Administrator of the Year Award.

Williams currently serves as the vice president of the R-II board of education. She’s also the executive director of human resources for Fort Zumwalt School District.

About the author: Jason Koch is the editor of The Warren County Record, and covers local news and government for the newspaper. He has won multiple awards from both the Indiana and Illinois APME and from the Illinois Press Association. He can be reached at 636-456-6397 or at

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